Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 July 2014
A typical day would consist of you coming to work and preparing yourself to be on the sales floor, clocking in yourself in and checking your work email for any new promotions and sales to pitch at the customers to getting them to sign up with Bell.
I learned the connection you must make with a customers in order to make sales and weekly targets. how to open and close stores. preparing the sales floor.
Management was always there over looking the sales floor and if you where stuck in a situations with a customer the mangers would either take over or help guide you through it and after they would give you pointers and tips on how to deal with it next time.
My co-works where very open and always willing to help you close a sale or if you need help doing tasks they would always be there to give you a hand.
Hardest part was when you were trying to close a sales with a customer but that was also the best part cause it gave you a challenge and made you feel good when you closed it.
The most enjoyable, part was the people I worked with.
Représentant des ventes (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 17 January 2018
Pour ma part je crois que les horaires de travail sont bien conçus. Les journées sont d'en moyenne 6h ce qui n'est pas trop long ni trop court surtout si nous avons du voyagement à faire à l'extérieur de la ville.